Tv show filmed at Duxford Imperial War Museum to be aired tomorrow on BBC One

PUBLISHED: 14:20 30 October 2015 | UPDATED: 14:20 30 October 2015

Andy Torbet, John Sergeant and Sophie Raworth next to the Avro Lancaster in the AirSpace exhibition at IWM Duxford. PICTURE: BBC.

Andy Torbet, John Sergeant and Sophie Raworth next to the Avro Lancaster in the AirSpace exhibition at IWM Duxford. PICTURE: BBC.

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A TV show filmed at Duxford Imperial War Museum will be aired all next week – from Monday, November 2 to Friday, November 6.

BBC One show The People Remember honours those who have played a role in conflicts, both on the battlefield and on the home front.

The show is presented by newsreader Sophie Raworth and former army officer Andy Torbet.

Special guests who explored their family histories at IWM Duxford include EastEnders actress June Brown, Hairy Biker Si King, former Dragons’ Den businessman Duncan Bannatyne and broadcasters John Sergeant and Angela Rippon.

Sophie and Andy explored a wide range of exhibitions and objects at IWM Duxford, going behind the scenes at the museum and chatting to curators.

There will also be a compilation programme of highlights from across the series, which will be shown on Remembrance Sunday at 3.15pm.

All programmes will be available after they’ve been aired on BBC iPlayer.


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